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    • Talking about teaching and learning mathematics in indigenous schools 

      Maia da Costa, Lucélida de Fátima
      To teach and to learn mathematics are not always conjugated concomitantly, particularly in the context of formal indigenous schools. This article puts in discussion some facts about the role of schools in indigenous ...
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    • Tejiendo nuevos enlaces: La revitalización de una colección etnográfica por la plataforma Compartir Saberes. 

      Scholz, Andrea
      Compartir Saberes empezó como proyecto piloto de colaboración entre el Museo Etnológico de Berlín y la Universidad Nacional Experimental Indígena del Tauca (Uneit), Venezuela. La idea básica de tal colaboración, inspirada ...
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    • The art of telling and painting our own history 

      Jacanamijoy, Benjamín
      Starting up with a research on the chumbe belts woven by Inga women to wrap the stomach, Benjamin Jacanamijoy explored the transformational potentialities of weaving by creating new surfaces and volumes wrapped in designs. ...
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    • The ayahuasca gives you your art 

      del Aguila, Paolo
      To Paolo del Águila, descending from the ashaninka people, creativity is a gift of the plants. During his first visionary experience, ayahuasca personified in the body of an ancient lady presented him with painting brushes ...
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    • The border in the urban space: expessions of the limit between Leticia (Colombia) and Tabatinga (Brasil) 

      Aponte Motta, Jorge Mario
      The border is more than a limit. Nevertheless, it is not possible to blur the limits in border studies. This paper shows how the limits that divide the towns of Leticia (Colombia) and Tabatinga (Brazil) are a result of the ...
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    • The challenge of the contribution of the amazon cooperation treaty organization — acto — to the wellbeing of local populations on the border 

      Franco Hernández, Fernando
      This paper addresses the description of social, economic and political dynamics of the Amazonian populations living in border regions, amidst conflictual situations, and different degrees of presence of the nation-states ...
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    • The constitution of naüne (body) among the yunatügü (tikuna) 

      Santos Angarita, Abel Antonio
      The yunatügü (Tikuna) perceive the na (beings) as possessing four fundamental principles: pora (power), naẽ (thought), maü̃ (vitality) y kua̰ (knowledge). For the yuukü (healer) the human body is a web of tü (strings) of ...
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    • The hupd’äh notion of living well in their territory 

      Ribeiro Monteiro, Lirian; McCallum, Cecília Anne
      The interior of the forest is where the Hupd’äh, indigenous group of the Upper Rio Negro, Amazonas state, Brazil, feel safe and happy and it is to hunting camps that many families go at times of plenty. When perambulating ...
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    • The illegal mining plundering the entrails of the earth 

      Pinilla Pedraza, Claudia Patricia; Santos Morán, Clara Yesenia
      This article presents the results of a thesis in social work about the perceptions and effects of illegal alluvial mining in the Cotuhé River (north of the Amazon Trapeze, Colombian Amazon). It presents information about ...
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    • The observation of everyday life 

      Rubio, Brus
      After attempting to paint the multiple beings inhabiting the oral history of his Bora and Uitoto ancestors, Brus Rubio found in the daily gestures of the men and women of his community, a technique of observation and ...
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    • The products of the garden for life and health 

      Rodríguez, Adelaida
      This article was written by the author from the knowledge of her parents, of the Nonuya and Muinane groups of the Middle Caquetá River (Colombian Amazon), with the support of an indigenous research grant of the Tropenbos-Colombia ...
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    • The rivers of our memory 

      Yahuarcani, Rember
      The work of the artist Rember Yahuarcani is a visual itinerary through the myths and stories of the beings that populate the physical and spiritual world of Amazonia. The myths are the rivers where the memory of the ancestors ...
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    • The science of life written on birds second part : wattled curass ow (crax globulosa ) 

      Nejedeka, Aniceto
      Bilingual text Muinane-Spanish about the bird species niimɨku ‘Wattled Curassow’ (Crax globulosa), written by Aniceto Nejedeka, based on the knowledge of the elders of the Muinane tribe. This text is the second part of a ...
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    • The science of live written on birds. fourth part: undulated tinamou (crypturellus undulatus) 

      Nejedeka (Numeyɨ), Aniceto
      Bilingual text Muinane-Spanish about the bird species kɨɨñu, “undulated tinamou” (Crypturellus undulatus), written by Aniceto Nejedeka, based on the knowledge of the elders of the Muinane tribe. This text is the fourth ...
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    • The science of live written on birds. fourth part: undulated tinamou (crypturellus undulatus) 

      Nejedeka (Numeyɨ), Aniceto
      Bilingual text Muinane-Spanish about the bird species kɨɨñu, “undulated tinamou” (Crypturellus undulatus), written by Aniceto Nejedeka, based on the knowledge of the elders of the Muinane tribe. This text is the fourth ...
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    • The science of live written on birds. fourth part: undulated tinamou (crypturellus undulatus) 

      Nejedeka (Numeyɨ), Aniceto
      Bilingual text Muinane-Spanish about the bird species kɨɨñu, “undulated tinamou” (Crypturellus undulatus), written by Aniceto Nejedeka, based on the knowledge of the elders of the Muinane tribe. This text is the fourth ...
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    • The science written on birds. first part: creation of our grandfather life-tobacco of the center 

      Nejedeka, Aniceto
      Bilingual text Muinane-Spanish about the beginnings of the creation of the World. This text is the first part of a larger work about the meaning of birds for the Muinane ethnic group.
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    • The Wauja snake-basket: myth and the conceptual imagination of material culture in Amazonia 

      Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles
      The literature on Amazonian ethnology is plenty of mythical serpents whose deeds are relatedto the origin of humanity, the invention and teaching of shamanic knowledge, artefacts, graphicmotifs and songs. If the mythological ...
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    • Tracing social history from synchronic linguistic and ethnographic data: The prehistory of Resígaro contact with Bora 

      Seifart, Frank
      The Amazonian language Resígaro was heavily influenced by the unrelated, neighboring Bora language. Bora influence involves cultural assimilation, some loanwords, and heavy morphological borrowing. What social circumstances ...
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    • Trama, tejido: pensar la construcción cultural 

      Pizarro, Ana Irene
      La multiplicidad de flujos culturales, así como su movimiento interno entre los diferentes sistemas literarios, nos conducen a pensar un sistema de relaciones en donde interfieren varios aportes culturales al mismo tiempo ...
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